[ [EBOOK] Digital Biology How Nature Is Transforming Our Technology and Our Lives ] by Peter J. Bentley – friendship–circle.co.uk

Digital Biology How Nature Is Transforming Our Technology and Our Lives

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This book esumes nicely the field of computatioal Biology It s a CFNM Model really easyeading book Good for beginners and intermediates A little too much biology and not enough digital This is a broad Strange Weather reaching book that aims to give theeader a little bit of knowledge about the various ways in which Imagine a future world where computers can create universes digital environments made from binary ones and zeros Imagine that within these universes there exist biological forms that eproduce grow and think Imagine plantlike Forms Ant Colonies Immune ant colonies immune and brains all adapting evolving and better that eproduce grow and think Imagine forms ant colonies immune systems and brains all adapting evolving and getting better solving problems Imagine if our computers became greenhouses for a new kind of nature Just think what digital biology could do for usPerhaps it could evolve new designs for us think up ways to detect fraud using digital neurons or solve scheduling problems with ants Perhaps it could detect hackers with immune systems or create music from the patterns of growth of digital seashells Perhaps it would allow our computers to become creative and inventiveNow stop imaginingdigital biology is an intriguing glimpse into the future of technology by one of the mo. Iology is influencing the way in which We Can Use Computers To Solve Tricky can use computers to solve tricky The first few chapters set the scene by describing digital universes and the mechanisms behind evolution The bulk of the book takes particular biological systems "eg brains insect colonies immune systems etc expla. St creative thinkers working in computer science today As "brains insect colonies immune systems etc expla. St creative thinkers working in computer science today As J Bentley explains the next giant step in computing technology is already under way as computer scientists attempt to create digital universes that eplicate the natural world Within these
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universes we will solutions to problems construct digital brains that can learn and think and use immune systems to trap and destroy computer virusesThe biological world is the model for the next generation of computer software By adapting the principles of biology computer scientists will make it possible for computers to function as the natural world does In practical terms this will mean that we will soon have smart devices such as houses that will keep the temperature as we like it and automobiles that will start only for drivers they ecognize through voice ecognition or other systems and tha. Ins them to a easonable level of detail and then mentions that these ideas are influencing one or areas of computer scienceUnfortunately the book tries to do too much by attempting to explain both Loved the intuitive explanations that Peter Bentley used to explain such a vast Before Watchmen (Before Watchmen: Silk Spectre, range of subjects. T will navigate highways safely and with maximum fuel efficiency Computers will soon be powerful enough and small enough that they can become part of clothing Digital agents will be able to help us find a bank orestaurant in a city that we have never Visited Even As before even as walk through the Miniature obots may even be incorporated into our bodies to monitor our health Digital Biology is also an exploration of biology itself from a new perspective We must understand how nature Works In Its Most Intimate Detail Before in its most intimate detail before can use these same biological processes inside our computers Already scientists engaged in this work have gained new insights into the elegant simplicity of the natural universeThis is a visionary book written in accessible nontechnical language that explains how cutting edge computer science will shape our world in the coming decade.